Monday, November 9, 2009

Crisis Fest: Call to Action

CRISIS FEST: A Space for Music, Workshops, Dance, Joy and Protest!

On November 18th, hundreds of union members and students from all over California will converge on UCLA in the leadup to the system-wide protest of the Regents meeting. With the support of union and student groups, there will be a day and night Tent City outside of Pauley Pavillion to house our convergence!

Therfore, the students of UCLA have created the CRISIS FEST: A radical space at Tent City to respond to the crisis with new ideas, experiences, anger and joy.

We recognize the broader issues shaping the crisis: privatization, and the economic downturn, the resegregation of the university and the ongoing wars abroad.

But we don't want boring colloquiums or lectures: for one night we run our education as self-education; we protest with fun and festivity! There will be music, food, workshops and communal spirits in store for everyone.

And we want your help!

From 5pm until (at least) Midnight, we want to fill UCLA with your music, poetry & spoken word, discussions, dance, visuals, videos, d.i.y. workshops, and literature, in addition to what we've already set up (and the list will only get longer).

We have discussions of the international student movement, dodgeball & frisbee matches, mass camping on campus (bring your own tent!), screen printing workshops, banner & art making, rock & traditional Mexican music and a General Assembly to discuss the future of the movement.


Determine your own participation. Create your own event! Email:

Sign up for the Facebook Event:

If you need a bus ride to UCLA on Nov 18th, sign up here:

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